Air Canada is adding considerable capacity between Eastern Canada and Europe as Calgary-based low-cost competitor WestJet is expected to expand into the trans-Atlantic market within the next two years. Air Canada announced Monday it has grown trans-Atlantic ASMs 15.8% so far this year. The Canadian flag carrier has also grown its transborder capacity 8.5% and domestic capacity 4.4%, but no other region matches the European expansion. Overall capacity for the year is up 7.5%. This ...

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